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Table 1 Relevant studies to the dimensions of the research model

From: Critical factors influencing physicians’ intention to use computerized clinical practice guidelines: an integrative model of activity theory and the technology acceptance model

Dimension (variable) Francke et al. [40] Flottorp et al. [42] Kortteisto et al. [41] UTAUT related studies [5961]
Tool (Technology)
 Complexity Easy to understand, can easily be tried out, and do not require specific resources Guideline factors   
 Perceived usefulness     Performance expectancy
Compatibility Effective strategies often have multiple components than single strategy    
 Perceived ease of use     Effort expectancy
Subject (Human)
 Attitude Awareness of the existence of the guideline and familiarity with its content Individual health professional factors Attitude toward the behavior  
 Task uncertainty   Individual health professional factors   
Environment (Organization)
 Social influence A lack of support from peers or superiors Professional interactions Subjective norm Social influence
Organizational support Insufficient staff and time Incentives and resources, capacity for organizational change, and social, political, and legal factors Perceived behavior control Facilitating conditions